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September 2017

Ask the Band: Ethan Lee McCarthy of Primitive Man

Denver’s loudest and least happiest band, Primitive Man, has dump trucked split albums on us for the last four years since Scorn, their first album. The new album Caustic comes out next Friday, I asked Ethan Lee McCarthy (vocalist and guitarist + the awesome Vermin Womb) about it and got some doomsday predictions for Denver. Seems appropriate given the source.

 

What can we expect from Caustic given the timeline of experiences since Scorn?

I think it is the heaviest and most cohesive body of music we have put together.  It is also the most focused because we wrote it over the course of about a year and a half, some of those songs while we were on tour.  So we had the opportunity to try things out in a live setting before solidifying the songs.

Being a progenitor and product of the Denver DIY scene, what’s your take on DIY’s current state in the Mile High?

Pretty fucked.  Developers with a lot of capital came in, pushed the artists out, and replaced it Continue reading “Ask the Band: Ethan Lee McCarthy of Primitive Man”

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Movie Review: Open Water 3: Cage Dive (2017)

Alright, so let’s conduct a brief questionnaire before diving into this next review. Do you like films about sharks? Do you enjoy found footage movies? Are you able to suspend disbelief when it pertains to tales of survival? If you answered anything other than “yes” to all three of those questions, thanks for playing and we hope to see you next time. If you’re still reading, cancel your evening plans and watch Open Water 3: Cage Dive. The film is currently available across all VOD platforms, and it’s probably one of the scariest shark films I’ve ever seen.

 

I probably know what you’re thinking “another Open Water film?” However, before you get all upset about how much you disliked the first and maybe the second film in that series, know that “Open Water” was tacked on after the film was originally released as Cage Dive. Frankly, I understand why the change was made and I’m sure some cigar smoking studio executive was pleased as punch with his decision. I’m sure it will help the film get a larger audience due to Continue reading “Movie Review: Open Water 3: Cage Dive (2017)”

Telluride Horror Show (THS) 2017 – First Wave Film Announcement

I recall a time, longer now than perhaps it seems, when Colorado was the land of plenty. A scenic landscape with not one, but three horror film festivals that called this land home. Now, much like The Highlander, there can be only one. That shining beacon in one of the most beautiful mountain towns on earth is The Telluride Horror Show. This year is already shaping up to be the best yet with a stellar array of films for all horror palates. Your intrepid reporter will once again be on hand to fill you in on the details. I happen to be particularly excited for Creep 2, Victor Crowley, Mayhem, and What The Waters Left Behind. Shit…and that’s just the first wave!! I’m going to have some tough choices to make, but knowing I get to see at least one Adam Green film & one Joe Lynch film makes me very happy and nostalgic for a Holliston  reunion…but I digress.

The Telluride Horror Show will be taking place from October 13th-15th…in Telluride, Duh. passes are becoming scarce at this point, but if you’ve got the time, be there!!! Read on on the full press release including the first wave of film, as well as some special guests. For tickets/passes, lodging, or general info, click here: https://telluridehorrorshow.wixsite.com/telluridehorror

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